Re: Tear-Drop (ip_fragment bug) anyone apply the patch?
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>Subject: Tear-Drop (ip_fragment bug) anyone apply the patch?
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>"There has been a severe bug discovered in all implementations of Linux
>up to 2.0.31 and 2.1.62 (development) which can be used to remotely
>reboot your Linux system."
>http://www.linux.efnet.ca/ip_fragment.shtml. also info at:
>I'm about to apply the patch. Has anyone had experiences w/ it
>respect to debian/
Chris, the 2.1.63 .64 and .65 are patched for this...regards...Rik
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